Many employers have internal directives to hire people with disabilities. They may be federal contractors, where there are legal requirements to hire people with disabilities. They may have conducted internal polling, showing that people with disabilities are an under-represented population of their employee base. Or they may have a formal DEI plan that includes people with disabilities.
Regardless of whether it’s a directive, legal requirement, or formal plan, companies are working to add people with disabilities to their workforces. But many companies face challenges in the execution, especially at the higher level organizational tier, of filtering inclusive practices down to hiring managers – especially when it comes to people with disabilities. If that company is yours, this summit is for you. And if your company already is a thriving, inclusive employer, this summit is for you too.
Top Floor to the Front Door offers real world stories, skills and strategies for business and service providers who want to hire people with disabilities. Practical advice on how build relationships with business that want to hire people with disabilities, as well as managing employees with disabilities and mental health conditions will be offered in three breakout sessions during the conference.
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